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Spotify Playlists for Legacy of Flame and Blood of Ice

I listen to a lot of music while writing, so naturally, songs become attached to certain situations and characters. Early in the Legacy of Flame publishing process, I started compiling a playlist for my own reference/mood sessions, which I originally shared with my newsletter subscribers just after Legacy of Flame‘sContinue reading “Spotify Playlists for Legacy of Flame and Blood of Ice”

Flash Fiction Anthology: Gods and Lore

Shattered by the fist of an old god, plunged and crumbling into the sea, the Dying Isles bore ancient scars. Drowned temples overgrown with slick fingers of seaweed loomed beneath churning turquoise waters: grand haunts for reclusive monsters. Violent tides abraded vestigial shores, succored by stinging winds. And dark magicContinue reading “Flash Fiction Anthology: Gods and Lore”

I Watched Episode One of Fate: The Winx Saga So You Don’t Have To

When it comes to fantasy shows and adaptations, it’s really not difficult to get me to buy in. I’ll try anything with even a hint of magic, and I always sincerely hope it will be good. More fantasy is best fantasy. Enter Fate: The Winx Saga, a Netflix show basedContinue reading “I Watched Episode One of Fate: The Winx Saga So You Don’t Have To”

The Witcher: Cahir in the Books Versus the Netflix Show

I technically have other complaints to lodge against The Witcher on Netflix, but plenty of them are matters of personal preference as opposed to real critical analysis, and those things don’t feel that important to write about. But there was one thing I couldn’t let go.  My favorite character, Cahir,Continue reading “The Witcher: Cahir in the Books Versus the Netflix Show”